Babies use clues amniotic
to deal with stimuli chaotic,
but later, memory gets thick.
In short, it’s anything but quick.
Age slows us down and trims our wick,
fogs our recall, slows our pick.
So I resort to many a trick
to give my mind a little kick.
This loss of memory’s demonic
and leads to fits most histrionic,
so I depend on clues mnemonic
for memory that’s supersonic:
(Can you guess what the below mnemonic devices help me to remember?)
Neither leisured foreigner
seized or forfeited the weird heights.
Every good boy does fine.
Good boys do fine always.
My very excellent mother just spewed up nine plums.
How about you? What mnemonic devices do you use?
The prompt word is mnemonic.